Royal Mail to mark RAF Centenary with special stamps

New collaboration commemorates the RAF’s 100th year anniversary.

The Royal Mail is to commemorate the RAF Centenary with the launch of a new collection of stamps later this month.

Released on March 20, the collaboration has been produced with experts and former members of the RAF and marks its 100th year anniversary.

The stamps feature RAF aircraft spanning its history and are painted by renowned aeronautical artist, Michael Turner.

A number of stamp products will be available including a sheet showcasing six of the most historic RAF aircraft – The Sopwith Camel, Hawker Hurricane MK1, Vulcan B2, Lightning F6, Nimrod MR.2 and Typhoon FGR4.

Other products will include coins, postcards, framed stamp sets, presentation packs and envelopes.

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